To provide clarification of future: will, be going to, present continuous in the context of get rid of old junk
To provide specific information listening practice using a text about get rid of it in the context of family
Procedure (48 minutes)
-greeting - project a picture (what are they doing? why are they doing this? - pre- teach : give away -elicit the word -write on the board - pronounce
-listen and match sentences with things alone -Icqs: are you going to do it alone or in pairs? are you going to only listen? - give them audio script to check their answers. - ask ss to justify their answers. what is e? what is b? why is it going to break?
- exercise b : fill the gaps based on exercise a in pairs. - ask icqs: are you going to answer questions? No fill the gaps. are you going to fill the gaps based on exercise a? yes - justify answers: what is it's example in exercise a? - does it show an arrangement with another person? - does it show an intention? -does it show a spontaneous decision?
-project the sentences on the board. - ask them ccqs: does this sentence refer to future? does it refer to present? does this sentence show an arrangement? -second sentence: does it refer to future as well? - did she have a plan for it from past? -did she decide to do it now? - third sentence: is there any arrangement with another person? is the time exact? did she/he plan for it? -you will never listen to them. -is there any evidence? last sentence: it's going to break the first time he uses it. is there an evidence for it?. - now as a conclusion make three categories: will/ be going to/ present continuous - elicit the points and write them below the categories -elicit contractions - ask them to deduce the form (subj+ will+...) - highlight pronunciation and connected speech ; sentence stress, contractions (use fingers), back chaining and front chaining drills
- exercise c - read the sentences and circle the correct answers in pairs. and tell me why you chose this? - icqs, are you going to answer questions? are you going to do it alone? are you going to say the reason? - justify the answers
- on the board write: arrangements/ plans/ things you would probably do in the near future. - tell them to write two sentences for each category about themselves - ask icqs : are you going to write about yourself? - how many sentences? -which tenses are you going to use? -do it alone - monitor -give personal spontaneous feedback to inaccurate sentences. -write down common errors. -write on the board and justify
-tell your friend about your plans/ arrangements/ ... - ask them about their plans/ arrangements,... -icqs are you going to say your plans? are you going to listen to your friends' plans as well? -monitor - tell the class which friend is going to be the busiest one next week.